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This podcast features conversations with behavior analysts, researchers and academics working in the field of Positive Behaviour Support, ABA, Acceptance Commitment Therapy and other areas of behavior analysis. We discuss topics including autism and autistics, trauma-informed supports, diversity, functional assessment, person centred planning, consent and so much more! Listeners can earn BACB Learning CEUs for each episode.
 
Follow along Daria Dolgodvorova and Ksenia Burenko, two girls in their late twenties trying to balance it all while disrupting the concept of being "on her best behaviour" and acting "lady like". Tune in every Wednesday to hear discussions on career, side hustles, friendships and, of course, relationships. Find us on Instagram @onherbestbehaviour for more fun and inspiring content.
 
Trivia, Tips, Troubles and Tales of why some leaders thrive whilst others struggle. Learning how your brain works enables you to quickly adapt your thinking and behaviour to be a better leader, to successfully influence others more easily and to UnLock your own Talent, UnStuck your Potential to UnLeash Performance. John is a Behavioural Neuroscience Expert, an inspirational coach and trainer leveraging behavioural neuroscience to empower business leaders and improve the bottom line.
 
Are you a teacher, a SENCo or a school leader? Want research-backed strategies for supporting students who find it hard to manage their emotions or behaviour? Want practical ways of supporting pupils with special needs like autism, ADHD, FASD or attachment disorder? Want tried-and-tested classroom management strategies that will work with that ‘tricky class’? Then you’re in the right place. Welcome to the School Behaviour Secrets podcast where we’ll answer ALL these questions and so much mor ...
 
Thoughts on Record is the podcast of the Ottawa Institute of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (OICBT) located in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Each week we explore topics relevant to clinicians and mental health consumers from a cognitive behavioural perspective; however, if you’re generally interested in psychology, psychotherapy, evolutionary psychology, mental health, the brain, dynamics of human behaviour, creativity, wellness & performance then this podcast will certainly be of interest to you. ...
 
Since 1999 Bevan James Eyles has been a world leader in fitness. As well as being a high level Ironman triathlete he has also been a leader in the fitness industry. He travels the world training fitness professionals in this area he is so passionate about. To find out more about him go to his website: www.bevanjameseyles.com Bevan has always been fascinated why some people seem to have a lifetime love of fitness and find it easy to get out there and do it while others struggle so much. He ha ...
 
Warwick Business School's Core Insights team presents a 12-part series on behavioural science. Warwick Business School has the biggest group of behavioural science researchers in Europe. Over 12 episodes host Trevor Barnes interviews academics on the latest research and thinking into how our mind works, how we make decisions, the biases and heuristics that govern our behaviour and how we can apply behavioural science insights to help improve business, government, health and society.
 
Challenging Behaviours is a podcast where Jack, Tom and occasionally Adam aim to challenge behaviours towards disability. The fellas have a wide range of different experience, and talk over a wide range of subjects. www.challengingbehaviours.wordpress.com You can tweet us @challengingpod or Tom @rapidrhyno123 or Jack @waspskillbears you can email us at challengingbehaviourspodcast@gmail.com.
 
Hello and welcome to The Behaviour Project, a podcast where we explore ideas to help you make better choices and decisions at work. I'm your host Shyam Sadasivan. I am a Behaviour Science geek, and a passionate curator of stories of people doing what they love. In this podcast, I talk about real life experiences in changing human behaviour, connect to learnings from academic research, and offer you practical actions you may consider for yourself. For more information or to get in touch with ...
 
PeerVoice is an independent, professional medical publishing concern focused on gathering and reporting information pertaining to clinically relevant advances and developments in the science and practice of medicine. As publishers of PeerVoice Publications, PeerVoice is solely responsible for the selection of publication topics, the preparation of editorial content and the distribution of all materials it publishes.
 
PeerVoice is an independent, professional medical publishing concern focused on gathering and reporting information pertaining to clinically relevant advances and developments in the science and practice of medicine. As publishers of PeerVoice Publications, PeerVoice is solely responsible for the selection of publication topics, the preparation of editorial content and the distribution of all materials it publishes.
 
Informal conversations and learning in the areas of behaviour support, neuro-diversity and social and emotional development. The Behaviour Intervention Support Podcast is sponsored by the organisation CEDA and run as part of the project BISnet [Behaviour Intervention Support Network]. BISnet provides services to parents and carers of individuals with behaviour support needs, as well as the individuals themselves. This podcast features Sam Harris, the BISnet manager and various guests who hav ...
 
An interview with Dr. Maxine Reardon-DeButte, Associate Professor of Psychology at West Texas A&M University. Dr. DeButte holds a doctorate in psychology & neuroscience and teaches on various topics within these areas.Dr. DeButte is with us today to see if we can uncover what is underneath this escalating issue facing society worldwide with our teen deaths due to drug overdoses.
 
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In this episode, we answer ALL of your burning questions. We talk about friendship and its ups/downs; super powers, dry brushing your bush, social injustice,quote to live by,ideal vacation destination and much more. Thank you to our listeners for sending questions our way! We've loved answering them and hope you'll get to know us a little more. Fol…
 
In this episode, Sarah Bowen and Merle van den Akker speak with the wonderful Dilip Soman about professional identity, the behaviorally informed organisation, and his work at BEAR (Behavioural Economics in Action at Rotman). We get into the power of metaphors, how to improve the way we communicate behavioural science, and how to get around the "RCT…
 
Want to know the top 5 essential classroom management skills every teacher should know? The 5 skills that lead to whole class success, healthy adult:pupil relationships and on-task behaviour? In this episode, based on 1000s of lesson observations, we reveal exactly what those skills are - and how to start using them in your classroom. All with the …
 
In this episode Ben chats with Addie Cardon, a behaviour analyst based in Dakar, Senegal. She talks about her work in Dakar, a wonderful paper she published on cross cultural experiences of American and Senegalese parents of autistic children, pivotal response training and so much more! Continuing Education Units (CEUs): https://cbiconsultants.com/…
 
Maybe you’ve heard the buzz around Clubhouse, the drop-in audio chat app. It’s a bit like Twitch for conference calls. If you have no idea what “Twitch” is, you’re probably over 40. In your case, the closest analog might be those 1–900 party lines you saw advertised on late-night TV in the 1990s—but a bit less sleazy and in app form. The Clubhouse …
 
In this episode I have an interview with Mark McKeon. Mark is the designer of the widely practiced ‘Every Day Counts’ and ‘Go Zone’ training programs. He spent 18 years in the AFL first as a Player, then as a High-Performance Coach, including 5 years with the Victorian State of Origin Team. Member of the Collingwood Hall of Fame. Former Magazine Ed…
 
What do they Know? Let's start with asking what do your audience already know about you and your topic? There are two extreme dangers here: 1. Assumptions and 2. The Curse of Knowledge You see I carry a curse. A curse of knowledge. Just as you do: The Curse of Knowledge! I attended a networking event recently where someone was sharing about Bitcoin…
 
If there's one complaint I hear about a leader’s skills from their boss or their HR, it's that they don't adjust their communication for their audience. And yet those leaders genuinely believe that they do adjust for their audience. So who is right? Well, they're both correct of course. The presenter thinks they are adjusting but they don't really …
 
The emotional perils of dating - in particular online dating - frequently rank near the top of psychosocial stressors that are discussed in psychotherapy. Award-winning magazine writer, Fortune contributor, and author of Date-onomics: How Dating Became a Lopsided Numbers Game, Jon Birger, joins host Dr. Pete Kelly, C.Psych for a discussion of his n…
 
“There are no such things as wrong turns, Only paths we never knew we were supposed to take.” Proverb AdvantEdge Coaching is about change “Change is the only constant” goes the refrain. There would be little need for coaching, training, mentoring, counselling or any development if people were happy to stay the same as they are now. Being coached by…
 
We love supporting fellow women entrepreneurs and today we are joined by Janeth Castor, the founder of CastorBeauty (@castorbeauty.ca) brand. Janeth shares the story behind her brand: from always knowing that she wanted to work for herself to executing a dream idea while incorporating her family's heritage. Starting a new business is never easy and…
 
On Becoming All That You Can Be I vividly remember my school Term Report from my Art teacher: “John shows no potential whatsoever for Art.” I knew that I wasn’t any good at Art, not in any conventional sense anyway, but this hurt. I was 11 years old. I put my aspirations of being the next Andy Warhol on hold and only dared take up cartooning at the…
 
In this episode, Sarah Bowen and Merle van den Akker speak with the remarkable Elizabeth Linos about her pioneering work into the drivers and mechanisms of "burn-out". We discuss what a behavioural science intervention to target burnout can look like and what it tells us about the potential of behavioural science to alleviate the instances and effe…
 
While we all have a voice in our head, we may not often stop to consider the implications - both positive and negative - of these ongoing conversations with ourselves. Psychologist and author of the book Chatter: The Voice in Our Head, Why it Matters & How to Harness It, Dr. Ethan Kross, joins us for an illuminating discussion around: the nature an…
 
In this episode Ben chats with researcher Marc Lanovaz about the exciting world of machine learning and AI as it applies to the work of behaviour analysts. Continuing Education Units (CEUs): https://cbiconsultants.com/shop Marc’s Upcoming Workshop (April 30, 2021): https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/introduction-to-machine-learning-for-behavior-analysts-6…
 
On this episode, Daria (@dariadolgodvorova) and Ksenia (@kburenko) talk all things moneyzz! We discuss when is the great time to start saving, how to bring up financial conversations in your relationship, who should pay for the wedding and more. We source inspiration from our personal experiences: from financial education during adolescence to tips…
 
In 2017, I decided I’d had enough of my smartphone and the companies that make the apps that were robbing me of my time and attention. I thought I found the perfect solution: the card phone. The card phone is what it sounds like: It’s a $18 tiny phone with no social media, no internet browser, and no email. In fact, the card phone has no apps whats…
 
In this episode, Sarah Bowen and Merle van den Akker invite Matej Sucha (CEO of MINDWORX) onto the podcast to discuss being a CEO of a behavioural science consultancy and what it means to have a behavioural mindset. We discuss how we might improve existing behavioural science training programmes, and why the discussion of "ethical behavioural scien…
 
Combining MDMA with commonly employed, evidence-based cognitive behavioural therapies for trauma is an area of increasing clinical investigation. Founder of Remedy and clinical investigator Dr. Anne Wagner, C.Psych, joins us for a discussion of psychedelic assisted psychotherapy including a MAPS funded trial of Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT) fo…
 
Want to make sure the behaviour plans you write for your SEN students are successful? Then picking the correct target behaviours is essential - because a plan that focuses on the wrong areas isn’t likely to succeed. In this episode of School Behaviour Secrets, we share 11 questions that will laser focus your interventions on the target behaviours t…
 
In this episode Ben chats with Thea Brain about the amazing world of peer-mediated interventions for students with autism spectrum disorder. Continuing Education Units (CEUs): https://cbiconsultants.com/shop Show Notes: Brain, T. & Mirenda, P. (2019). Effectiveness of a low-intensity peer-mediated intervention for middle school students with autism…
 
We take promises seriously on this podcast and we're bringing a certified career strategist and TEDx speaker (screaming on top of our lungs) to you! Meet Chanèle (@chanelemcfarlane), the founder of the Do Well Dress Well website, sought-after public speaker and an on-air career expert who has appeared on Breakfast Television, The Morning Show and C…
 
By promoting the idea that technology is hijacking our brains and getting all of us addicted to our devices, techno-fearmongers elevate the exception rather than the rule. Josh Hawley, a Republican senator from Missouri, introduced the Social Media Addiction Reduction Technology Act, which—beyond its forced acronym—was remarkable for how aggressive…
 
In this episode of Questioning Behaviour, Sarah and Merle speak with Christina Gravert about the potential of nudges, new evidence about the effectiveness of reminders, and a framework to understand the difference between moral and pure nudges. There is so much insight to be gained from this episode, and Christina's incredible research! Christina i…
 
Ongoing engagement in values-driven activities through personal projects reflects among the most powerful ways to foster a sense of meaning, achievement and confidence as well as ward off low motivation, lethargy and low mood. Graeme Jenvey, owner of the YouTube channel Woodness Goodness which chronicles the technical and psychological journey arou…
 
Attachment theory has received a lot of attention in education over the last 20 years - but is it just plain wrong? Are attachment interventions used in school built a foundation of sand? In today’s controversial episode, distinguished professor and author Jerome Kagan explains why we should let attachment theory die, why the evidence to support it…
 
Most people, most of the time, allow life to happen to them. “Life is difficult” begins M. Scott Peck in the ‘70s classic “The Road Less Travelled”. What remains most surprising, is that, for many people, this is a revelation! If you are alive, and get out of bed today, there will be a challenge for you to face. Something will happen that you will …
 
On Her Best Behaviour Fam, meet Daniel, The Scorpio man behind our theme! We are so excited to chat with Dan (@danielwolela) about his Ethiopian upgringing and his journey to the UAE, Dubai. Growing up in a third world country could make you a victim of the system but you don't have to succumb to the stereotypes: and Dan is the proof of that! Don't…
 
Babies. They’re such jerks, aren’t they? They wake you up in the middle of the night. They make huge messes for you to clean up. And let’s not forget to mention the inevitable diaper blowouts that happen at all the wrong times. Who do they think they are? Of course, this is a pretty awful way to think of infants. We were all babies at one point, an…
 
Tolerating uncertainty, unpredictability and other forms of psychological discomfort is frequently a requirement for being able to pursue longer-term, values driven goals and activities - especially in the context of challenges related to mental health. Freelance science journalist & author of the Los Angeles Times bestseller and one of NPR's Best …
 
In this episode, I cover three different topics: - The importance of understanding your mission - How to get your mojo back when you are coming back to exercise - Improving the transitions in your life.저자 Bevan James Eyles
 
Want to understand - in simple, clear terms - the real difference between ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder) and ASD (autism spectrum disorder)? Especially as more children are entering are classrooms with a diagnosis? Understanding how these two conditions affect students is key to helping them manage their emotions and behaviour. So …
 
Why is there still stigma surrounding mental health? Perhaps because not a lot of people talk about it. We are here to share our journey and inspire others to do the same. Join us as we chat about anxiety, depression, panic attacks and therapy. We provide a deep insight into our darkest moments and chant: it's ok to ask for help! And of course, we …
 
There are various ways of classifying lies: by their consequences, by the importance of their subject matters, by the speakers’ motives, and by the nature or context of the utterance. Perhaps the most useful way to classify lies is by to the people who tell them. Understanding lies and liars can help us avoid getting duped as well as protect us fro…
 
Treatment resistance/non-response in psychotherapy is a major contributor of disability and loss of functioning among clients as well as a considerable source of burnout in mental health clinicians. Renowned psychiatrist and psychotherapist Dr. Allan Abbass joins us for a discussion of treatment resistance/non-response in psychotherapy which includ…
 
Here are two key questions that are surprisingly difficult to answer about behaviour interventions in school: 1) Are they having any impact? 2) Are they providing value for money? In today’s episode, Dr. Rob Long explains how to objectively measure whether your interventions are effective using the SNAP-B profile. He’ll also explain how to use SNAP…
 
In this episode Ben chats with Dr. Nicole Neil who is an Assistant Professor and Coordinator of the Applied Behaviour Analysis program at Western University. Nicole’s research focuses on behaviour analytic supports for individuals with Down Syndrome. Continuing Education Units (CEUs): https://cbiconsultants.com/shop Show Notes: McMaster University …
 
Dreaming of moving to New York? Then this episode is for you! Vivienn (@tvivien_moon) takes us on a journey of how she felt in love with the city at 13, made the move across the continent from Dubai and despite the hardships, found her dream job as an editor. New York is undoubtedly a vibrant city: from street rats to local bodegas, from a pricey c…
 
In this episode of the QB pod, Sarah Bowen and Merle van den Akker meet Torben Emmerling - the Founder and Managing Partner of Affective Advisory, and Board Member of the Global Association of Applied Behavioural Scientists (GAABS). We learn all about Torben's journey into behavioural science, what it's like to set up your own behavioural science c…
 
Dreams have long been a source of fascination, mystery & intrigue, yet there is now an abundance of scientific evidence to shed light on the origins, nature, and purpose of this captivating aspect of the human experience. Leading sleep & dream scientists Drs. Antonio Zadra & Robert Stickgold join host Dr. Pete Kelly, C.Psych for an in-depth conside…
 
Do you find that you give up too easily in life? Do you quit when you get uncomfortable, and the effort gets hard? If so, how does this hold you back in life? On this episode of The Bevan James Eyles Show, I break down how you can become more successful in your effort moments. So you can actually persevere through the moments that will help you be …
 
Some children seem to jump from calm to angry at the flick of switch - while others seem to be able to manage strong emotions perfectly well. What makes the difference between emotional success and failure? In this episode, we’re going to look at 4 factors that cause some children to struggle with anger - so you can finally understand their behavio…
 
In this episode Ben chats with Maleshwane Mauco, a board certified behaviour analyst from Botswana in southern Africa. Maleshwane shares her experiences going to school in the US and practicing in Ireland, the Middle East, and Africa navigating different cultures. This culturally diverse journey had her writing programs to herd goats and how to cal…
 
Some might call it oversharing, we say: let's normalize talking about sex! Are you an entry level or an advanced "sexter"? What do we think about D pics, ladies? FaceTime sex during the pandemic: how do we feel about that? How do you introduce toys in the bedroom? Do you cringe when rewatching your sex tapes? Tune in to this JUICY episode with a gl…
 
Nir’s Note: This guest post was written by Cheryl Maguire The laundry hamper was overflowing with dirty clothes. Lacking the motivation to throw it into the wash, I pushed the clothes down deeper into the bin so I could fit more clothes. This occurs almost every other day. When you are married and the mother of three kids, the laundry is a never-en…
 
In this episode, Sarah Bowen and Merle van den Akker invite Jo Evershed (Creator of Gorilla Experiment Builder) to discuss innovation in online experiments, and the challenge of democratising behavioural science. Finding Jo & links to Gorilla: Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jo-evershed-36bba9/?originalSubdomain=uk Twitter: https://twitter.co…
 
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